NEW boy Brett Ferres has no regrets about moving to the Huddersfield Giants – despite arriving at the worst possible time.
The 26-year-old England back-row forward made the move from Castleford just days after the departure of former chief Nathan Brown.
The Australian left in the wake of a run of eight defeats from 10 League and Cup encounters.
Under new head coach Paul Anderson, the Giants have won two from five, with Ferres having featured in the last four games.
But even though Huddersfield suffered a demoralising 34-12 home defeat to Bradford Bulls on Sunday, Ferres is convinced that with Anderson at the helm, the tide will start to turn.
“I suppose I could have chosen a better time to arrive!” said Ferres (left), who has signed a three-and-a-half year Giants contract.
“But I’ve certainly no regrets at all about coming here. From what I’ve seen I know Paul Anderson is the right man to take us forward.
“He’s a smart guy and a knowledgeable coach. He’s approachable and honest.
“And with the quality of the squad, I know 100% it will eventually turn good.
“We haven’t given up on this season yet!”